Summer Transfer Window 2019

Everton's Transfer Window

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Ambient

Player Valuation: £1m
The Guardian’s Ed Aarons says Everton might have to pay £100m to secure the Ivory Coast international.

If this is anywhere near true, it’s surely the end of the matter, I’d give up watching footie if we paid that.

On a related note, be interested to see how this Praet lad goes at Leicester, only £18m, with the Sampdoria boss calling him ‘the best midfielder in Italy’
So he sold the best midfielder for only 18 mill?
Not likely
 

Big Fat Sam

Player Valuation: £70m
So Zaha should be at training about now if he's staying at Palace. Given he'd need to do an intensive medical for us before we sign the intention to buy forms by 5pm, I think the latest we will know if it's on or not will be in around 1pm.
 

bol-uk

Player Valuation: £70m
I dunno.....

Mason Holgate - going to either West Bromwich Albion or Derby County. Permanent deal. Wayne Rooney has spoken to Philip Cocu (Derby manager) and Holgate himself within the last 24 hours. Long-time favourites WBA are now second favourites to DER. However, Holgate will only leave once Everton sign another centre-back.

Çenk Tosun - talks continuing with Fenerbahçe. Permanent deal.

James McCarthy - has passed first part of two-part medical. Second part tomorrow, which is the more intense, stringent part. Bear in mind McCarthy's permanent (rest of life) injury...muscular connecting from stomach through groin and thigh to knee. No fee agreed with Crystal Palace yet, as it depends upon Medical Part 2 results in the morning.

Sebastiàn Coates - bid accepted by Spoeting Lisbon but just as medical & player/agent talks were being arranged...

James Tarkowski - bid made this afternoon. Burnley Board considering it, no response yet.

Kurt Zouma - Frank Lampard as new Chelsea manager, has made a final decision. Zouma stays at Chelsea. HOWEVER Chelsea Board still willing to consider a permanent deal bid by Everton.

Fikayo Tomori - season-long loan deal from Chelsea should be completed tomorrow.

Chris Smalling - season-long loan request turned down by Manchester United. Deal dead.

Alex Iwobi - Second Everton bid of £36m + £6m add-ons to go in to Arsenal tonight or early tomorrow morning.

Abdoulaye Doucouré - Third Everton bid of £38m + £7m add-ons to go in to Watford tonight or early tomorrow morning.

Henry Onyekuru - permanent deal to Monaco should be announced tomorrow.

Djibril Sidibe - has passed his medical. His season-long loan from Monaco, with Everton have first dibs on a permanent deal next summer, should be announced tonight or tomorrow am.

Matthew Pennington - season-long loan to Hull City. Brands & Silva see him as one of the very few youngsters who could make the grade at Everton. Hull wanted a permanent deal, with Nottingham Forest, Leeds United and Bristol City were also after his signature permanently.

Wilfried Zaha - was 'encouraged' this afternoon by his agent, to submit a written transfer request to Crystal Palace. Remember how stubborn Moshiri was, wanting Sam Allardyce as Everton manager and the rest of the Board said no (until Jon Woods switched sides and that was enough to get Allardyce)? Well, shades of that with Zaha here. The player does not want to come up North. The Everton Board (which includes Brands, don't forget) do not want Zaha, and are convinced the money could be spent better elsewhere on 2 or even 3 players. Moshiri has dug his heels in. Moshiri sees capturing Zaha as the marquee signing he promised this summer (when he used Diego Costa as an example of a marquee signing). Moshiri has told the Board that he is even prepared to exceed the agreed-in-May Board ceiling of £80m cash transfer fee and £100k weekly wages to land Zaha. The rest of the Board are very unhappy about this. Zaha's agent, Unique Sports, have been advised that if Zaha hands in a written transfer request (and loses his slice of the transfer fee as a result), his weekly wages over the five-year contract will compensate him.

John Stones - Bill Kenwright & Marcel Brands don't want him back, but rest of Board & Moshiri do. They are currently considering whether to put in a second bid to Manchester City tomorrow morning.

Morgan Schneiderlin - Everton talks continue with player, agent and six of the seven clubs listed in this morning's update (Sampdoria have dropped out) for a permanent deal.

All of Muhamed Besic, Yannick Bolasie, Kevin Mirallas and Oumar Niasse could be out on season-long loans...likely to be all abroad in Europe, whose transfer deadlines are generally until Mon 02 Sep.

Toby Alderweireld - as Everton are desperate for an experienced (but significantly younger than Phil Jagielka) centre-back. Hence Tarkowski, Stones and Alderweireld all being considered as Zouma not dead deal but unlikely, Smalling loan is dead, and Tomori on loan considering good signing but more experienced defender is required. Everton will bid for Stones (again) OR Alderweireld tomorrow morning. Tarkowski bid in with Burnley-no answer yet.
 

Arteta10

Player Valuation: £10m
I dunno.....

Mason Holgate - going to either West Bromwich Albion or Derby County. Permanent deal. Wayne Rooney has spoken to Philip Cocu (Derby manager) and Holgate himself within the last 24 hours. Long-time favourites WBA are now second favourites to DER. However, Holgate will only leave once Everton sign another centre-back.

Çenk Tosun - talks continuing with Fenerbahçe. Permanent deal.

James McCarthy - has passed first part of two-part medical. Second part tomorrow, which is the more intense, stringent part. Bear in mind McCarthy's permanent (rest of life) injury...muscular connecting from stomach through groin and thigh to knee. No fee agreed with Crystal Palace yet, as it depends upon Medical Part 2 results in the morning.

Sebastiàn Coates - bid accepted by Spoeting Lisbon but just as medical & player/agent talks were being arranged...

James Tarkowski - bid made this afternoon. Burnley Board considering it, no response yet.

Kurt Zouma - Frank Lampard as new Chelsea manager, has made a final decision. Zouma stays at Chelsea. HOWEVER Chelsea Board still willing to consider a permanent deal bid by Everton.

Fikayo Tomori - season-long loan deal from Chelsea should be completed tomorrow.

Chris Smalling - season-long loan request turned down by Manchester United. Deal dead.

Alex Iwobi - Second Everton bid of £36m + £6m add-ons to go in to Arsenal tonight or early tomorrow morning.

Abdoulaye Doucouré - Third Everton bid of £38m + £7m add-ons to go in to Watford tonight or early tomorrow morning.

Henry Onyekuru - permanent deal to Monaco should be announced tomorrow.

Djibril Sidibe - has passed his medical. His season-long loan from Monaco, with Everton have first dibs on a permanent deal next summer, should be announced tonight or tomorrow am.

Matthew Pennington - season-long loan to Hull City. Brands & Silva see him as one of the very few youngsters who could make the grade at Everton. Hull wanted a permanent deal, with Nottingham Forest, Leeds United and Bristol City were also after his signature permanently.

Wilfried Zaha - was 'encouraged' this afternoon by his agent, to submit a written transfer request to Crystal Palace. Remember how stubborn Moshiri was, wanting Sam Allardyce as Everton manager and the rest of the Board said no (until Jon Woods switched sides and that was enough to get Allardyce)? Well, shades of that with Zaha here. The player does not want to come up North. The Everton Board (which includes Brands, don't forget) do not want Zaha, and are convinced the money could be spent better elsewhere on 2 or even 3 players. Moshiri has dug his heels in. Moshiri sees capturing Zaha as the marquee signing he promised this summer (when he used Diego Costa as an example of a marquee signing). Moshiri has told the Board that he is even prepared to exceed the agreed-in-May Board ceiling of £80m cash transfer fee and £100k weekly wages to land Zaha. The rest of the Board are very unhappy about this. Zaha's agent, Unique Sports, have been advised that if Zaha hands in a written transfer request (and loses his slice of the transfer fee as a result), his weekly wages over the five-year contract will compensate him.

John Stones - Bill Kenwright & Marcel Brands don't want him back, but rest of Board & Moshiri do. They are currently considering whether to put in a second bid to Manchester City tomorrow morning.

Morgan Schneiderlin - Everton talks continue with player, agent and six of the seven clubs listed in this morning's update (Sampdoria have dropped out) for a permanent deal.

All of Muhamed Besic, Yannick Bolasie, Kevin Mirallas and Oumar Niasse could be out on season-long loans...likely to be all abroad in Europe, whose transfer deadlines are generally until Mon 02 Sep.

Toby Alderweireld - as Everton are desperate for an experienced (but significantly younger than Phil Jagielka) centre-back. Hence Tarkowski, Stones and Alderweireld all being considered as Zouma not dead deal but unlikely, Smalling loan is dead, and Tomori on loan considering good signing but more experienced defender is required. Everton will bid for Stones (again) OR Alderweireld tomorrow morning. Tarkowski bid in with Burnley-no answer yet.

Until next time...
Where is all this coming from mate?
 

pablo315

Player Valuation: £950k
He’s a strange one.. don’t think he knows anything, claims the club talk to him but really not sure

Also Brands does the deals not Kenwright.. we know in under 9h

Palace confirmed we bidded 70 mil
Tbf if it turns out to be a cracking deal Brands is a genius, if it goes wrong, poor Bill gets a flagging!
I dont care who does it, jist praying for a CB and big name forward
 

MrGrumpy

Player Valuation: £30m
I dunno.....

Mason Holgate - going to either West Bromwich Albion or Derby County. Permanent deal. Wayne Rooney has spoken to Philip Cocu (Derby manager) and Holgate himself within the last 24 hours. Long-time favourites WBA are now second favourites to DER. However, Holgate will only leave once Everton sign another centre-back.

Çenk Tosun - talks continuing with Fenerbahçe. Permanent deal.

James McCarthy - has passed first part of two-part medical. Second part tomorrow, which is the more intense, stringent part. Bear in mind McCarthy's permanent (rest of life) injury...muscular connecting from stomach through groin and thigh to knee. No fee agreed with Crystal Palace yet, as it depends upon Medical Part 2 results in the morning.

Sebastiàn Coates - bid accepted by Spoeting Lisbon but just as medical & player/agent talks were being arranged...

James Tarkowski - bid made this afternoon. Burnley Board considering it, no response yet.

Kurt Zouma - Frank Lampard as new Chelsea manager, has made a final decision. Zouma stays at Chelsea. HOWEVER Chelsea Board still willing to consider a permanent deal bid by Everton.

Fikayo Tomori - season-long loan deal from Chelsea should be completed tomorrow.

Chris Smalling - season-long loan request turned down by Manchester United. Deal dead.

Alex Iwobi - Second Everton bid of £36m + £6m add-ons to go in to Arsenal tonight or early tomorrow morning.

Abdoulaye Doucouré - Third Everton bid of £38m + £7m add-ons to go in to Watford tonight or early tomorrow morning.

Henry Onyekuru - permanent deal to Monaco should be announced tomorrow.

Djibril Sidibe - has passed his medical. His season-long loan from Monaco, with Everton have first dibs on a permanent deal next summer, should be announced tonight or tomorrow am.

Matthew Pennington - season-long loan to Hull City. Brands & Silva see him as one of the very few youngsters who could make the grade at Everton. Hull wanted a permanent deal, with Nottingham Forest, Leeds United and Bristol City were also after his signature permanently.

Wilfried Zaha - was 'encouraged' this afternoon by his agent, to submit a written transfer request to Crystal Palace. Remember how stubborn Moshiri was, wanting Sam Allardyce as Everton manager and the rest of the Board said no (until Jon Woods switched sides and that was enough to get Allardyce)? Well, shades of that with Zaha here. The player does not want to come up North. The Everton Board (which includes Brands, don't forget) do not want Zaha, and are convinced the money could be spent better elsewhere on 2 or even 3 players. Moshiri has dug his heels in. Moshiri sees capturing Zaha as the marquee signing he promised this summer (when he used Diego Costa as an example of a marquee signing). Moshiri has told the Board that he is even prepared to exceed the agreed-in-May Board ceiling of £80m cash transfer fee and £100k weekly wages to land Zaha. The rest of the Board are very unhappy about this. Zaha's agent, Unique Sports, have been advised that if Zaha hands in a written transfer request (and loses his slice of the transfer fee as a result), his weekly wages over the five-year contract will compensate him.

John Stones - Bill Kenwright & Marcel Brands don't want him back, but rest of Board & Moshiri do. They are currently considering whether to put in a second bid to Manchester City tomorrow morning.

Morgan Schneiderlin - Everton talks continue with player, agent and six of the seven clubs listed in this morning's update (Sampdoria have dropped out) for a permanent deal.

All of Muhamed Besic, Yannick Bolasie, Kevin Mirallas and Oumar Niasse could be out on season-long loans...likely to be all abroad in Europe, whose transfer deadlines are generally until Mon 02 Sep.

Toby Alderweireld - as Everton are desperate for an experienced (but significantly younger than Phil Jagielka) centre-back. Hence Tarkowski, Stones and Alderweireld all being considered as Zouma not dead deal but unlikely, Smalling loan is dead, and Tomori on loan considering good signing but more experienced defender is required. Everton will bid for Stones (again) OR Alderweireld tomorrow morning. Tarkowski bid in with Burnley-no answer yet.

Until next time...
That was posted earlier and is a loads of tosh as 15 minutes after posting CP signed McCarthy
 

Paul Rideout

Player Valuation: £20m
He's already on more than that at Palace apparently.

No way is he taking a pay cut to make a move with an 80 million pound transfer fee
Depends how confident in his own ability he is. If you give him like 25k per goal and 40k per assist... but yeah you’re right, unlikely.

If I was good enough, I’d take my deal.
 

mightymoyes

Player Valuation: £70m
I dunno.....

Mason Holgate - going to either West Bromwich Albion or Derby County. Permanent deal. Wayne Rooney has spoken to Philip Cocu (Derby manager) and Holgate himself within the last 24 hours. Long-time favourites WBA are now second favourites to DER. However, Holgate will only leave once Everton sign another centre-back.

Çenk Tosun - talks continuing with Fenerbahçe. Permanent deal.

James McCarthy - has passed first part of two-part medical. Second part tomorrow, which is the more intense, stringent part. Bear in mind McCarthy's permanent (rest of life) injury...muscular connecting from stomach through groin and thigh to knee. No fee agreed with Crystal Palace yet, as it depends upon Medical Part 2 results in the morning.

Sebastiàn Coates - bid accepted by Spoeting Lisbon but just as medical & player/agent talks were being arranged...

James Tarkowski - bid made this afternoon. Burnley Board considering it, no response yet.

Kurt Zouma - Frank Lampard as new Chelsea manager, has made a final decision. Zouma stays at Chelsea. HOWEVER Chelsea Board still willing to consider a permanent deal bid by Everton.

Fikayo Tomori - season-long loan deal from Chelsea should be completed tomorrow.

Chris Smalling - season-long loan request turned down by Manchester United. Deal dead.

Alex Iwobi - Second Everton bid of £36m + £6m add-ons to go in to Arsenal tonight or early tomorrow morning.

Abdoulaye Doucouré - Third Everton bid of £38m + £7m add-ons to go in to Watford tonight or early tomorrow morning.

Henry Onyekuru - permanent deal to Monaco should be announced tomorrow.

Djibril Sidibe - has passed his medical. His season-long loan from Monaco, with Everton have first dibs on a permanent deal next summer, should be announced tonight or tomorrow am.

Matthew Pennington - season-long loan to Hull City. Brands & Silva see him as one of the very few youngsters who could make the grade at Everton. Hull wanted a permanent deal, with Nottingham Forest, Leeds United and Bristol City were also after his signature permanently.

Wilfried Zaha - was 'encouraged' this afternoon by his agent, to submit a written transfer request to Crystal Palace. Remember how stubborn Moshiri was, wanting Sam Allardyce as Everton manager and the rest of the Board said no (until Jon Woods switched sides and that was enough to get Allardyce)? Well, shades of that with Zaha here. The player does not want to come up North. The Everton Board (which includes Brands, don't forget) do not want Zaha, and are convinced the money could be spent better elsewhere on 2 or even 3 players. Moshiri has dug his heels in. Moshiri sees capturing Zaha as the marquee signing he promised this summer (when he used Diego Costa as an example of a marquee signing). Moshiri has told the Board that he is even prepared to exceed the agreed-in-May Board ceiling of £80m cash transfer fee and £100k weekly wages to land Zaha. The rest of the Board are very unhappy about this. Zaha's agent, Unique Sports, have been advised that if Zaha hands in a written transfer request (and loses his slice of the transfer fee as a result), his weekly wages over the five-year contract will compensate him.

John Stones - Bill Kenwright & Marcel Brands don't want him back, but rest of Board & Moshiri do. They are currently considering whether to put in a second bid to Manchester City tomorrow morning.

Morgan Schneiderlin - Everton talks continue with player, agent and six of the seven clubs listed in this morning's update (Sampdoria have dropped out) for a permanent deal.

All of Muhamed Besic, Yannick Bolasie, Kevin Mirallas and Oumar Niasse could be out on season-long loans...likely to be all abroad in Europe, whose transfer deadlines are generally until Mon 02 Sep.

Toby Alderweireld - as Everton are desperate for an experienced (but significantly younger than Phil Jagielka) centre-back. Hence Tarkowski, Stones and Alderweireld all being considered as Zouma not dead deal but unlikely, Smalling loan is dead, and Tomori on loan considering good signing but more experienced defender is required. Everton will bid for Stones (again) OR Alderweireld tomorrow morning. Tarkowski bid in with Burnley-no answer yet.
Someone already posted that made up nonsense last night no need to do it again
 

Barnfred 55

Player Valuation: £70m
Yes I do.. look at him 10 goals at Palace and most of the time he did it all himself, with a defensive manager and poor players. He joins us, plays with better players with an attacking manager. Same tomi
He gets 3 players marking him every game as he’s there main threat. At Everton he parts of an attacking 4
Said it yesterday. I'll say it again now and the same tomorrow if we buy him.

If this lad played for City he would be thought of in thr same terms as Sterling. I think hes even bettrr.
 

bullybeef

Player Valuation: £40m
So Zaha should be at training about now if he's staying at Palace. Given he'd need to do an intensive medical for us before we sign the intention to buy forms by 5pm, I think the latest we will know if it's on or not will be in around 1pm.
Deals can be agreed subject to Medicals my mate.
 
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